House Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation Chair Rep. Rob VerHeulen talks about his appointment Thursday to the House-Senate Conference Committee that will attempt to find a compromise between the state House and Senate on roads legislation.
Rep. VerHeulen talks about his HB 4203, which will require out-of-state online retailers to collect Michigan’s 6-percent sales tax and direct it to the state, just as brick-and-mortar companies in Michigan are required to do. HB 4203 is moving through the process in the state House this week and is poised for final passage.
Rep. Rob VerHeulen, R-Walker, the Chair of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, says this month’s debate on improving the state’s roads will deal with funding and reform and have a long-term impact.
House Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation Chair Rep. Rob VerHeulen of Walker looks ahead to this month’s Capitol debate on roads.
Rep. VerHeulen talks about the September 11 commemoration Thursday at the state Capitol.
Rep. Rob VerHeulen says he’s continuing to hear about the need for an efficient transportation system as he listens to his constituents.
Rep. VerHeulen talks about the townhall meeting he will host Monday night for area veterans.
Rep. VerHeulen talks about the House road repair package, which could provide an additional $500 million annually for road and bridge projects in Michigan.
Rep. VerHeulen, the Chair of the Appropriations Subcommittee on Transportation, says the state’s 2015 transportation budget was reported out of his subcommittee this morning and moves to the House Appropriations Committee with changes that will direct additional road funding to county road commissions, cities and villages.
Rep. VerHeulen comments on Thursday’s State of the State Address.
Rep. VerHeulen looks ahead to Thursday night’s State of the State Address.
Appropriations Committee member Rob VerHeulen of Walker looks ahead to Friday’s Winter Revenue Estimating Conference at the state Capitol and says despite talk about budget surpluses, the focus still needs to be on the efficient spending of taxpayer dollars.